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Release date:2022.01.20

Learn how to compose and express yourself in an attractive way

YAEGASHI Tatsuya

Media Design Course(Undergraduate)
  • Graduated from Fujieda Higashi High School/
Related department, course
  • Media Design Course (Undergraduate)

The reason why I chose the School of Design

All along, I wanted to study programming and visual expression, such as animation, at university. When I was looking for a national university where I could learn such things, I found this school. I was attracted to the curriculum structure that allowed me to acquire not only specialized skills and knowledge but also the ability to apply them in various fields. Hence, I decided to go to this school.

My most memorable class

In the fall semester of the first year, the main focus is still on core education, and there are few opportunities to learn specialized content. However, in the class "Design Case Studies I" held in the summer semester of my first year, I was able to listen to the voices of my seniors working in society. This class left a particularly strong impression on me, as it gave me a little more clarity about my future university life and future employment.

My student life

I finish my assignments on the day of class and spend my free time on my hobbies. In this way, I develop skills that may come in handy in the future, such as drawing pictures and playing musical instruments. At the annual Geiko Festival, I was shocked to see that the students could create and run something of such a high level to perfection. That is what I remember most.

Message to prospective students

I feel that the good thing about this school is that there is a lot of overlap between what I learn and my own interests, and it is easier for me to make friends with whom I share common interests than in other schools. Many people may feel anxious about choosing Geiko at a major turning point in their lives. Still, I hope they will take the time to research and consider it a potentially interesting option rather than dismissing it out of hand.